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Cetacean Endangerment
2010-11-24 23:51
Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus)The cetaceans, being quite large marine organisms, are often the subject of avid protection from the general public, environmental organizations, and g… Read More
Are Whales Smarter Than Humans?
2010-11-24 11:33
During our visit to the Whale Museum, I was a little surprised to come across a display case containing preserved brains and fetuses of various organisms. The display allowed us to directly… Read More
Lolita: The Long Lost L Pod Member
2010-11-20 00:08
It was a dark and chilly night on August 8, 1970 in the Puget Sound near Whidbey Island. The orcas of L-pod were gracefully swimming along in the thick of the night, just like any other nigh… Read More
Summary Of False Bay
2010-10-15 02:14
There are three essential items needed for a late night excursion to False Bay: rubber boots, headlamp, and a tolerant nose. When I first walked out onto the mudflat, I was completely surpri… Read More
Bull Kelp
2010-10-03 03:45
Photo: Xerantheum @ WikipediaGrowing up I remember being entertained on my outings to the beach by Bull Kelp. Dragging the long whips along the beach and puncturing the bulbs to he… Read More
2009-11-19 18:25
Until a week ago, I could not have told you the difference between a porpoise and a dolphin, and in fact, would have used the terms interchangeably. No longer, my friends!  I have been… Read More
2009-11-18 18:09
Undoubtedly the darlings of Pacific Northwest megafauna, whales have captured our imagination for centuries.  Vicious killers, gentle grazers, awe-inspiring and reverent, whales have fi… Read More

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